If you have a camera with the ability to do back light metering, you can increase your ability to capture the pictures you really want.
Take a pair of sunglasses, put them in front of your cameras lens, and shoot. The effects are unique and give you the more expensive film look with regular bargain bin finds.
Do you want your photos to look extraordinary? Do you want to find something new? Then get your energy drink from the nearby grocery and add your photos Smurf's Blue flecks!
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Nearly a month after Kodak announced its move to file for bankruptcy protection, the iconic company finally has a good news for film photographers: it will cease the production of digital equipment but will carry on with its film division. Read more about it after the jump!
For this second installment on the Flashbacks on Film series, the spotlight is on Jackie, one of the MGM Lions.
When you flip your film and shoot on the back side of it, you get the lovely redscale. But sometimes I do miss the blue colour from the film when I do that. Why not shoot on both sides then!
The Krab is more than just a holder for your LC-A+!
Traditional street photography for me is all about black and white film and capturing candid moments in real people's lives as they go about their day-to-day businesses. But what else might the street reveal if you just change your angle of view?
It is one of my frustrations that our wedding was not covered by fellow lomographers; and so, I am compensating.
Want to make your own camera? With a solid plan, some tools and lots of time, you can!
A (Lomo) prophecy is being fulfilled! In a zombie apocalyptic world, you will have to leave all the modern day comforts behind. Are you ready to say goodbye to electricity and battery-powered electronic automation? Paper Light Meter will help you get properly exposed shots until the end of days.
Want to make your Diana even more special than it already is? Give it a refeshing new look with a new skin.
What will happen when silhouette meets multi-exposure?
How does the La Sardina perform when all you can do is stay home and spend time with the family?
Experience the process and printing photos have been traditionally in the darkroom. Take the opportunity on how to develop black and white film manually. Each participant will be given the opportunity to own a piece of printing black and white photos in the darkroom.